My favorite ones, in no particular order:
-Stacking Benjamins with Joe Saul-Sehy
-Financial Rockstar (now Metal Money) with Scott Allen Turner
-Her Money with Jean Chatzsky
-So Money with Farnoosh Torabi
-Dough Roller with Rob Burger
-Afford Anything with Paula Pant
-Profit Boss Radio with Hilary Hendershot
-The Money Guy Show with Brian Preston
-Financial Independence Podcast with the Mad Fientist
I have a 45 minute commute (so an hour and a half a day) so I have lots of time to listen to podcasts.
Ones I tried that some folks like, but I don't listen to anymore for a variety of reasons:
-Clark Howard: I listened to this for a few years but eventually felt like I outgrew it. It's very good and informative though, especially if you want the basics.
-Dave Ramsey: Great again for the basics and for getting out of debt, but there's three hours of this a day. Plus after a year or two you've pretty much heard it all. But if you need motivation to get out of debt I love this one
-Listen Money Matters: I stopped listening to this one after one of the hosts talked about why it was a good idea to get a 401k loan. Twice.
-Money Girl: Too short for me. Good basics though, and if you have a short commute it might be good
-Jill on Money: I had consistent technical issues with this one. It was good though